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`90^(@)`Solution :

The origin (0,0) lies on the directrix of the given parabola which is y=0. Then, the angle between the tangents is `90^(@)`.Transcript

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**Condition to represent pair of lines circle and conic**

**Analytical definition of parabola**

**Equation of parabola in its standard form**

**Various results of standard equation of parabola**

**Tabular representation of all standard forms of parabolas**

**Parabola with axis parallel to coordinate axis**

**Position of point with respect to parabola `y^2=4ax`**

**Parabolic curve **

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